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I think it's safe to say by now and after switching back and forth from 4:2:0 to rgb full 60hz many times with no signal loss that disabling digital audio in nvidia control panel fixes the signal loss problem. thumb.gif
post #32 of 291
Well I'll be damned gavros, that did fix it. I hadn't realized that NVIDIA was trying to send sound to the TV, taking just enough of a slice of bandwidth to screw up the TV signal.

I hate when you install new GPU drivers and it installs all this crap audio stuff. TV sound always sucks.
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Thank you for confirming that it worked for you too CallsignVega! It's awesome that we dont have to deal any more with this problem as turning the tv off and on many times every day scared the crap out of me about messing up the tv.

By the way i found some deep scratches on my tv by chance and when i put the panel under the flashlight i saw all kind of horror/scratches but two of them were too deep and shiny for me to keep this tv. I'm returning it and i already ordered another one which should be here on Monday.

I asked others who have this tv if they found any scratches on theirs and all of them denied to have any, they also denied to check their tv with a flashlight which means they could have some and not knowing. Some even told me it's better not to know lol.
I wish i never knew too as i thought my tv was perfect, but now it's hard to live with this tv after knowing where the scratches are as if i concentrate really hard i can even see them in content.
post #34 of 291
Don't you think the 55" is too large for a computer monitor? I thought the pixels well be too large and very visible.
post #35 of 291
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Originally Posted by Nvidia ATI View Post

Don't you think the 55" is too large for a computer monitor? I thought the pixels well be too large and very visible.

With this keayboard tray
https://www.amazon.com/Safco-Products-2137-Ergo-Comfort-Articulating/dp/B001B0BBSS/ref=sr_1_7?s=office-products&ie=UTF8&qid=1466799601&sr=1-7&keywords=safco+tray
i get enough distance from the tv that even if it was 65" it would still be ok.
post #36 of 291
Please follow up in a few days if that has really fixed your HDMI problem. I recently bought and returned a Samsung Ju6700 because I couldn't get the TV to stop blinking off and on every hour if set to 4:4:4 4K 60hz. I work in IT so I tried many possible solutions (software settings, different cables and video cards etc.), but disabling audio wasn't one of them~!

I have a 4K monitor connected via display port, and as long as I don't use sleep mode, it works flawlessly. Really hope they add display port to the LG OLED in the future.
post #37 of 291
I really want to ditch my JS9000 48" for this as you can find them on ebay for $2700 no tax. But I have to imagine that DELL oled 120hz monitor is close to release ?
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I really want to ditch my JS9000 48" for this as you can find them on ebay for $2700 no tax. But I have to imagine that DELL oled 120hz monitor is close to release ?

The dell has 1 thing better but 5 or 6 things worse than the lg=much smaller size, no 3d, no hdr, almost double the price, less than half of the 1,000,000/infinite contrast of the lg, and 6th could be that it might be using blue oleds as note lg has patented the white oled pattern and dell mentions of a mechanism that turns the monitor off every chance it gets(dare to look at your ceiling your monitor might go off lol) to prolong life which makes me suspect that it does uses blue oleds.

Not to mention owners of the dell oled might not be able to even experience that 1 better thing it will have as it requires usb-c to take advantage of the 120hz.
Another thing and that is from my personal experience, i went from a 144hz asus monitor to a 60hz crossover monitor in the past and in games i didnt see any noticeable difference except on some rare occasions. I hate we pc owners get treated as the worst customers ever and they give us panels with not even 1/3 of the futures and picture quality tv users get. Which is another reason i will try to stay away from pc monitors from now on and hope many more people do and all those crappy pc monitor makers go out of business or finally realize they should treat pc and tv users equally./stop giving us the short end of the stick.
Edited by gavros777 - 6/24/16 at 9:22pm
post #39 of 291
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Please follow up in a few days if that has really fixed your HDMI problem. I recently bought and returned a Samsung Ju6700 because I couldn't get the TV to stop blinking off and on every hour if set to 4:4:4 4K 60hz. I work in IT so I tried many possible solutions (software settings, different cables and video cards etc.), but disabling audio wasn't one of them~!

I have a 4K monitor connected via display port, and as long as I don't use sleep mode, it works flawlessly. Really hope they add display port to the LG OLED in the future.

There's a good hdmi to display port adapter. I have posted a link on 2nd page of this thread i think. So far disabling audio works for me but found users of other brands having to use the hdmi to display port adapter for their monitor/tv to work correctly.
See also the post i made i think on page 2 where a guy tested many hdmi cables and only one produced signal without losing integrity over an extended period of time.
post #40 of 291
can someone here post a pic of what this OLED looks like on your desk?


I have a 48" set up now at about 26" away, worried if I buy this 55" if it will be too big
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